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September 22, 2019, 09:44:00 AM
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The evidence is all over the place.
Can't you see? He didn't know how that app was installed and the 2nd screenshot displayed that it has been used or still active.

If remote access was involved, the hacker can access OP's PC through his (hacker) screen like it's his own.

I don't think the hacker had full access to OP's computer, being hacked by a trojan or something like that is unlikely IMO.
Yes it is.
Check the link in my previous reply.

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September 22, 2019, 10:37:01 AM
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1Referee, I would not say that only reason why people keep their coins in desktop/mobile wallets is because of money which needs to be invested in a hardware wallet, but also because most of them are not even aware that such security solutions exist at all.

On the other side, we have ignorance with a completely wrong premise about what is cryptocurrency. As a result of that, many crypto users do not realize how challenging it is to be their own bank.

Fair points. Ignorance is a big factor indeed, which comes to show how not ready we are to onboard the average joes of this world. In that regard, it also makes sense for centralized entities such as Coinbase and Bakkt to offer custodial services, because the gap between a clueless crypto enthusiast and someone who knows how to be his own bank in a secure way is massive.

I know Bitcoiners don't like them, and that for a good reason overall, but these wouldn't exist if the demand wasn't going through the roof, hence these entities holdings billions on behalf of all sorts of holders.

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September 22, 2019, 12:50:29 PM
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The evidence is all over the place.
Can't you see? He didn't know how that app was installed and the 2nd screenshot displayed that it has been used or still active.

You are right, didn't see the OP screenshots...

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September 22, 2019, 08:02:28 PM
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Honestly feeling really bad to hear something like this. Its always unexpected to face this kinda situation. I will suggest you to clean your PC as soon as possible and obviously you should increase its security before using any kinda crypto wallet again. If you still continue with your old device security system then obviously hacker will try to get access again.

Your device security is the priority now and after then you should increase your current wallet security to get rid off this kinda hacking attempt in the future.

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September 28, 2019, 02:08:07 PM
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You don't run programs of the Internet?


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